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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: a cold snap brings freezing temperatures to the bay area. causing people to bundle up before heading out tonight. this is a look at night owls out on the town in walnut creek. here's a live look from our mount tam camera. earlier winds were shaking the shot. but now it looks
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i'm here at the weather center with jacqueline. we've sees people bundled up all day. will we have to throw on some extra layers and blankets to keep warm tonight and this weekend? >> have my winter coat on but i am going to wear it because i'm going to need it. right now, we are already looking at 30's. 37 in napa, fairfield. and livermore. much colder, the temperatures are going to be 20's and '30's! 29 in concord, 29 in napa. if there is a freeze warning of a frost advisory. partly cloudy skies and chilly in
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the afternoon. that cold will stay with us but will warm up next week. talk about that, coming up. >> pam: police investigating a death. after a sonoma county man's body is discovered in a landfill in petaluma. this is video of the scene from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news. investigators say, the death is suspicious -- largely because the man was found at a recycling facility. they believe the man was originally in a petaluma dumpster. and then taken to the recycling center in a recycling truck. but, as kron four's philippe djegal reports. the sheriff's department says there are still a few missing pieces to this story. the sonoma county sheriff's department says the body of a hispanic man was found in
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a pile of recycled cardboard and other materials at this facility in petaluma friday. novato disposal services. which collects trash from marin and sonoma counties. the sheriff's department says the body was discovered by an empoyee in this warehouse just before two o'clock in the afternoon. deputies responded, taped the area off, and closed the yard for the day. staying on scene through the early evening. investigators say they know the identity of the man. but that won't be released until notifying next of kin. the sheriff's department says there are no obvious signs of trauma on the body. investigators are trying to track down where the body came from. the coroner's officer will next perform an autopsy to determine the cause of death. in petaluma, philippe >> pam: an attempted rape in san francisco's mission district earlier this week has the community coming together to rally against sexual crimes.
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kron 4's alecia reid has more on what precautions the neighborhood is taking. >> reporter: marching through the mission district, neighbors pledge to respond to cries for help. they want their streets to be safe. taking aual violence, a sea of men and women are promoting vigilance against these crimes. >> manifest ourselves against violence in any form, especially against women. >> reporter: the latest victim was attacked saturday night. she used skills that helped her get away from her attacker without being seriously harmed. activists say rape isn't just sex without consent. some of these women are threatened, injuredand some of them end up dead. >> it's an epidemic and we need to call it an epidemic. there's a reported rape every 6.2 minutes in the united states, and that's what's reported. there's a lot more rapes happening. more than twice that they think. >> reporter: since this recent attack , there have been a number of inquiries about self defense classes at impact bay area >> we teach a free introduction to self defense class at sports basement every month, but in response
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to this we've added 2 new free classes in january on the 18th and 28th >> reporter: those classes include the basics. and it makes a difference to practice those skills. >> especially in our longer classes we use an instructor in a padded suit so students cann feel what it's like in an adrenaline freeze response, and they learn what it feels like to hit full force, and that gets into your muscle memory so if something happens you don't have to think about it, your body just does it. >> reporter: flyers like these are being handed out and posted all over the neighborhood in an effort to keep everyone informed. in san francisco's mission district alecia reid kron 4 news. >> pam: the attacker, who is still on the loose, was described as asian male. standing five-foot-eight. weighing about 160 pounds. he's between 20 to 30 years old. he has a buzzcut and a small beard. last seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and dark pants. >> pam: it was a deadly day in oakland. police say there were four
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shooting deaths today. the first was reported around 2:30 p-m when police found a man hit with multiple gun shot wounds near east 17th street and 23rd avenue. he was transported to the hospital but later died. at around three p-m a man was found dead also suffering from gun shots near canon ave and wellington st just after 4 p-m a shooting was reported at 34th near west st.. no victims were found but later a man was admitted to a nearyby hospital where he died. and just after eight. police found a man dead suffering from gun shot wounds on hillside ave. near 94th street. there are no suspects in any of the four incidents. >> oakland police conducted several raids today in an
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effort to crack down on the city's crime wave. oakland has suffered an escalating problem with violence. such as the homicide you see here, where a woman and man were shot as they went through a drive- through restaurant. police launched 'operation ceasefire' to try and stem the violence. in the raid, police say, they detained 6 people. and confiscated guns and other evidence. >> many of our violent offenders are repeat offenders. this community deserves that, so we can make an impact today was an example of working together with our partners to address violence. >> pam: police say, it is unclear right now, how many suspects will be arrested and prosecuted. adding, they will conduct another raid, if need be, to help reduce crime in oakland.
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in the north bay - a teenager from northern california who was visiting family members -- is shot and killed. police are now looking for the gunman. 17-year-old la-vanial williams was found shot multiple times on a walkway. it happened just after midnight-- on drake avenue. in marin city family members say, he was staying with them and shot near their home. so far no arrests have been made. new at 11 just released report that say that lance armstrong will admit to using performance enhancing drugs throughout his cycling career. this is expected to come out in an interview with oprah winfrey which is set to be taped on monday. >> pam: those traveling in and out of the san francisco airport should prepare for delays this weekend. we explain why. then. a national flu outbreak has the demand of vaccines way up. which has led to spot shortages. what health officials are doing about it. plus. a mudslide slowly becoming a much bigger clean up problem in berkeley. we explain when kron 4 news at 11 returns
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>> pam: if you're flying in or out of s-f-o this weekend, you could experience some delays. and they have nothing to do with the weather. kron 4's dan kerman explains. >> reporter: beginning friday at 10pm and running through monyday at 8am, sfo will close runway 28 left that's the one closest to us they'll be doing some federally mandated runway construction work since this runway will close, that means instead of landing 60 flights an hour, on two runways, they'll be landing 30 flights an hour on one runway.. sfo officials say that will mostly likely lead to delays of flights that travel up and down the west coast especially during peek travel times
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that's 9 to noon on saturday and sunday morning and also 6 to 9pm on sunday night.. similar runway closures are scheduled for the next two weekends as well, and during april and part of june. dan kerman kron 4 news. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it.
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>> pam: the recent rainy weather has caused a hill one the lawrence berkeley lab to slide and has forced one building and part of a major road to close. kron four's jeff bush shows you the damage and explains what
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the lab is doing about the problem. >> the hill started sliding last month and seems to be getting worse. you can see the lab has placed tarps over the slide but it continues to grow. the lab has closed down mcmillan road and building 46which is the workplace for administration staffers. cars are forced to take the long way around the slide and the workers in that office building were reassigned to other work spaces until the problem can be diagnosed and fixed. in the mean time, the lab has installed pumps and have dug trenches to take the pressure off the hillside. officials say it is unclear how long the hill will continue to slide. but, until the slide is stabilized the road and the building will be off limits. lab officials say geologists are waiting for core samples to come back to figure out what they can do to shore up this hillside. in the mean time, this roadway will stay closed and so will that office building. i'm jeff bush in berkeley, kron four news.
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>> jacqueline: if we saw some pop up storms. and the satellite and radar. twitter the only station that told you that. through portions spotty cloud patterns are taken over by some solid clouds. we are seeing mostly clear conditions overnight. we will see frosty in cold conditions with a frost one it already impacting. temperatures widespread into the 30's. we will be in the 40's for the afternoon. but notice, temperatures are going to get cold and get right back into the 30's. 20's and '30's again. just
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25 degrees in napa. temperatures near freezing and not much relief. 54 degrees in san jose. a look a your extended forecast with cool conditions. that warming trend will continue for the rest of the work week. virus." >> if the sex offenders needed to report all of
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their online activity. at also disclose their internet service provider. >> the cdc is also a sign that this vaccination for this flu season is unprecedented. california is just one of a few states that is not from the few full force. it has crossed the threshold to become an official epidemic with the number of deaths that has already claimed. this year's strain known as h3n2 is a particularly nasty one. we're seeing people, very high fever, um often they're laying down curled up, looking very unwell. quite severe, seeing rates
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of hospitalization higher than last 2 years and enough to give us all concern. the cdc says 20 children have died since the beginning of the flu season. it doesn't track adults, but some states have reported dozens of deaths. >> pam: that was catherine heenan reporting. the c-d-c says the flu becomes epidemic at some point every year. but this year it's about two weeks earlier than usual. >> vivian brown, one of the san francisco twin sisters, known for their colorful matching outfits and infectious smiles. has died. the 85-year-old brown suffered from alzheimer's disease and died in her sleep wednesday. vivian, and her sister, marian, were often seen walking arm-in- arm down san francisco streets. in carbon- copy outfits and eye- catching hats. the pair appeared in advertisements, including reebok, spots for dell computer and virgin atlantic
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KRON 4 News at 11
KRON January 11, 2013 11:00pm-11:30pm PST

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TOPIC FREQUENCY Oakland 5, San Francisco 5, Petaluma 4, Sonoma 3, Seattle 3, Napa 3, Berkeley 2, At&t 2, Cdc 2, Jeff Bush 2, Sacramento 2, Harbaugh 1, Brown 1, West St. 1, Wellington 1, The Patio 1, Mcmillan 1, Vivian Brown 1, Catherine Heenan 1, Denise Pierce 1
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